Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals will hit the road in the U.S. in advance of the group's double-disc live album, tentatively set for a March 13 release on Virgin. The new dates, which encompass

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals will hit the road in the U.S. in advance of the group's double-disc live album, tentatively set for a March 13 release on Virgin. The new dates, which encompass a host of performances on college campuses, begin Feb. 1 in Boston and wrap March 3 at the University Of Virginia in Charlottesville. Rapper Mos Def's new rock band, Jack Johnson, will support. As for the live album, Harper's official Web site reports that the first disc features the full band, while disc two comprises the artist's solo acoustic performances. Among the cuts set to be included are "Faded" with a segue into Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love," the hit single "Steal My Kisses," and a cover of Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing." Following the U.S. dates, Harper and company will head to Australia in April for a series of festival performances, including the 12th annual East Coast Blues & Roots Festival April 15-16 in Byron Bay. Here are Ben Harper's tour dates: Feb. 1: Boston (Orpheum Theatre) Feb. 2: Burlington, Vt. (Memorial Auditorium) Feb. 3: Waltham, Mass. (Brandeis University) Feb. 4: Hanover, N.H. (Dartmouth College) Feb. 6: Providence, R.I. (Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel) Feb. 8: Lewiston, Maine (Bates College) Feb. 9: Storrs, Conn. (Jorgensen Auditorium) Feb. 10: Rochester, N.Y. (Rochester Institute Of Technology) Feb. 11: Akron, Ohio (E.J. Thomas Hall) Feb. 13: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Calvin College) Feb. 14: Evanston, Ill. (Northwestern University) Feb. 15: Muncie, Ind. (Emens Auditorium) Feb. 16: Athens, Ohio (Ohio University) Feb. 18: Decorah, Iowa (Luther College) Feb. 19: Champaign, Ill. (University Of Illinois) Feb. 20: Knoxville, Tenn. (Tennessee Theatre) Feb. 22: Orlando, Fla. (House Of Blues) Feb. 23: Gainesville, Fla. (University Of Florida) Feb. 24: Myrtle Beach, S.C. (House Of Blues) Feb. 26: Winston-Salem, N.C. (Wake Forest University) March 1: Athens, Ga. (University Of Georgia) March 2: Spartanburg, S.C. (Memorial Auditorium) March 3: Charlottesville, Va. (University Of Virginia)